Business Strategy CEOs

  • AOL leading Internet charge: CEO

    Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, reviews his company's first quarter results and shares his latest acquisition plans and advertising strategy.

  • Small biz on the cloud

    Hari Ravichandran, Endurance CEO, explains how his company is helping small businesses manage the next generation of growth online.

  • Sentiment return will boost Japan: Nomura CEO

    Jeremy Bennett, CEO of Nomura International, says a return of sentiment to Japan would go "a long way" to boosting investor appetite for the country.

  • Merck CEO: Best drug wins

    The quality of the drug matters over the long period of time, says Ken Frazier, Merck CEO, talking with CNBC's Meg Tirrell about growing competition in the pharma space.

  • Target Interim CEO and President John Mulligan told Reuters on Tuesday he's not interested in becoming the company's new CEO.

  • Where money is going

    Investors are returning to companies with products. Miles Nadal, MDC Partners Chairman & CEO, and CNBC's Herb Greenberg, provide perspective.

  • Callaway CEO says 'no master exit plan'

    Callaway Golf's investor day is just finishing up. Its president & CEO Chip Brewer, discusses his company's turnaround, and whether they have an exit plan.

  • Gregg Steinhafel, Target's former CEO.

    Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel's name has been added to the list of retail execs caught in a nasty game of musical chairs.

  • Tax rate puts US at competitive disadvantage: Merck CEO

    CNBC's Meg Tirrell speaks to Ken Frazier, Merck chaiman & CEO, about selling the company's consumer unit to Bayer. Frazier also gives his stance on mega-mergers and U.S corporate tax rate.

  • Strong effect from health care reform: THC CEO

    Trevor Fetter, president & CEO of Tenet Healthcare, discusses how the Affordable Care Act has impacted the health care industry and the problem of the uninsured.

  • Bayer buys Merck consumer unit

    CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest details on Bayer's deal to buy Merck's U.S. consumer care business for $14.2 billion. The brands include Claritin, Coppertone, Afrin and more.

  • Tax reform: Race to the bottom or race to opportunity?

    Ronald DeFeo, chairman & CEO of Terex Corporation, weighs in on corporate tax reform and his plan to remain globally competitive.

  • David Tepper

    Hedge fund managers heavily populate the so-called 1 percent in the United States. And they are getting richer.

  • I am not a big fan of sanctions: Bayer CEO

    Marijn Dekkers, Bayer CEO, shares his thoughts on imposing additional sanctions on Russia. I think it's important to sit around the table and come up with diplomatic solutions, says Dekkers.

  • Bayer CEO: Growth huge part of Merck deal

    Marijn Dekkers, Bayer CEO, discusses the details of his company's acquisition of Merck's consumer unit. Bayer can take these products and position them stronger outside the United States, says Dekkers.

  • AIG's Benmosche: Careful of risk-selection

    AIG CEO Bob Benmosche reacts to the company's first quarter report, how the yen impacts numbers, and discusses the corporate tax structure.

  • Oculus CEO: Stationary virtual experience

    Brendan Iribe, Oculus VR CEO, discusses the virtual reality vision for Oculus' products following its $2 billion acquisition by Facebook.

  • Dropcam's simple surveillance

    Dropcam's Wi-Fi video monitoring cameras and cloud service is changing the way people stay connected to the places they care about. Greg Duffy, Dropcam founder & CEO, discusses the company's partnership with Verizon and competition with Google Nest.

  • Frontier Airlines lowers fares, adds fees

    Frontier Airlines is launching a low-cost pricing initiative by dropping fares but adding fees. David Siegel, Frontier Airlines president and CEO, explains the new business model. "The ultra-low cost carrier model is ... the most consumer friendly model in the industry," Siegel says.

  • Gates' Microsoft sell strategy

    I've sold over a decade the same number of shares every quarter, says Bill Gates, Microsoft founder, discussing his divestment strategy of Microsoft stock.